Home to a HommageFor three musicians to create this much music in one go is fascinating. The piece reflects a Middle Eastern scale and harmonies that are found throughout both Mediterranean and Baltic musics. But the thing that captures the ear is the instruments they use to create their panoply of soundscapes and textures. I for one would love to be in a space where they are playing live so that I could feel the energy coming off stage, that is the only thing lacking in this recording. However, I believe if these guys could find a way to package that, you would get that delivered while you are listening at home, too!
FRUHLINGSUCHTOK CUE ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES VERY MIDDLE EASTERN INTRO WITH A HUGE DOSE OF ARABIC INFLUENCES THIS INSTRUMENTAL CANT BE FAULTED FOR ITS EXECUTION AND DIVERSITY AND SHEER BRILLIANT PLAYING THIS INSTRUMENTAL WOULD GO DOWN VERY NICELY IN ANY KIND OF MOVIE WHERE THESE INFLUENCES ARE FELT VERY STRONGLY I HAVE REVIEWED TRACKS BEFORE FROM THESE GUYS AND ONCE AGAIN THEY CONTINUE TO IMPRESS MY HIGHEST SCORE IN A REVIEW EVER!!!BRING ON THE NEW ALBUM
I like the oriental touch to that music...I like the oriental touch to that music. Sound, production and performance is very nice. I don't know the original source and by the way what is Rammstein?! Just kiddin'! This track seems more complex than the original might could. It reminds me of the Secret Chiefs 3. Check them out, in case you don't know. I think the only lack is the missing vocals. The rest is very cool! Keep it up!